Double Bass Samples
Presenting the Free PatchArena Double Bass Samples collection. These Pizzicato samples are available as a SFZ Format Instrument. If you need Double Bass Samples or other free string samples look no further. This free Double Bass Pizzicato Instrument is available for Download within PatchArena’s growing sfz instruments downloads section. Also check out the Free Sounds section for even more Free Sounds, Free Sample Packs, and Free Orchestral Samples.
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Recording and Bass Samples Details
The sample recordings were from a Anton Krutz Model Double Bass recorded in 24bit, 96k. Microphones used: Earthworks QTC40 microphone. 41 Chromatic Bass Samples Delivered in 24bit, 44.1k. The total size is just around 25MB.
These samples should be flexible enough to compliment other orchestral sample library bass pizz sections. Use the samples to fill out and embellish your orchestral Bass sections. Layer multiple instruments with different EQ, volume, and panning for more realistic sections or divisions. The samples would also work well for a plucked jazz bass, experiment with various uses.
Download Free Double Bass Samples
Download the samples in SFZ Format here:PatchArena Double Bass Pizz
If you like these samples and use them in your music. Please drop us a line and let us know!
SFZ Format & Uses
This Double Bass Sample Pack is available on PatchArena for free as an SFZ Instrument. The sfz format is an open royalty free file format to define how a collection of samples are arranged for performance. We’ll still be able to load these instruments 20 years from now and beyond. Free of proprietary monolithic formats where your samples and content are locked in. To use this Double Bass SFZ Instrument we recommend any of the major free SFZ sampler instruments:
Cakewalk – Dimension Pro
Garritan – ARIA Player
Beat Magazines – Beat Zampler
Camel Audio – Alchemy Player
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